Property Assessment

Town Assessors value your property to determine the estimated market value. This value is then used in the calculation of property taxes.

Assessors conduct property inspections throughout the year.  While not all properties are inspected, you may see an assessor in your neighbourhood.

2016 Property Assessment Notices have been mailed. The assessments on the notices are based on market value as of July 1st, 2015.  The final day to file a complaint is 60 days from the mailing date as outlined on your assessment notice.

What is Property Assessment

Property Assessment
Property Assessment is an estimate of the typical market value of your property. view page

Reviewing Your Assessment

Assessment, Home, House,
The 60-day period following the mailing date of property assessments allows property owners chance to review Assessment Notice. view page

Property Search

Property Search
This is a self-serve online search tool to assist you with determining the assessment value of a property. view page

Property Inspections

Property Inspections
Assessors have the right to enter and inspect property for the purpose of preparing an assessment. view page

Assessment Review Board

Assessment Review Board
Property assessment complaints are heard by municipally administered Assessment Review Boards. view page

Supplementary Assessments

Supplementary Assessments
Supplementary Assessment reflects increase in property value where a new building is completed or occupied during current tax year. view page

FAQs

FAQ
Your frequently asked questions at your finger tips. view page

Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program

Healthy Seniors Skating
Seniors in Alberta have the option to defer their residential property taxes to stay in their homes longer. view page

Map of Assessment Value Changes

Assessment changes for single family detached residential (2015 to 2016) view page